Club welcomes three new faces

By Tristan Harris Friday 22 February 2013 Updated: 22/02 11:10

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Buy photos » Past district governor David Butler with Rotarian Helen Karakashian, president David Pangbourne and new members Maureen Dillon, Diana Radcliffe and Sue Brown. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0813016MMR

MEMBERS of Droitwich Rotary Club welcomed three new ladies into their ranks this week during their meeting at St Andrew’s Hotel.

The arrival of Maureen Dillon, Diana Radcliffe and Sue Brown means the group now has 29 members.

Past district governor David Butler was also in attendance and learned more about the club’s fund-raising activities for the Leicester Children’s Holiday Centre for disadvantaged children.

Rotarians also hope to raise cash to provide sports equipment for youngsters in the town during a packed year of events.

Club president David Pangbourne said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome these new members, which will increase the number of ladies we have to six.

“They are hard-working and full of enthusiasm and have been a breath of fresh air to the club with their new ideas.”

For more information on Droitwich Rotary Club call David on 01299 896270.

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